Tuesday, August 2, 2011

8/3 Outdoor Wednesday # 134

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It’s time for “Outdoor Wednesday”. Learn more about “Outdoor Wednesday” HERE

1. POST your outdoor photos and the Outdoor Wednesday logo/button on your blog and link back to http://asoutherndaydreamer.blogspot.com/ so that others will be able to find all the links to other Outdoor Wednesday posts.

Reminder: Do NOT link in until after your post is up.

2. Add your Name and the Permalink to your post (NOT your general blog address) in “Mr. Linky”. For help with permalink see HERE.

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The lantana are blooming now and they are very pretty…so many different colors….and they seem to do well in the heat! It has been a very hot summer so far!

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45 comments:

  1. Beautiful photos! The colors of the flowers are just gorgeous.

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  2. I so enjoy your flowers! Gorgeous colors. (I made an error posting...are you able to remove the first one?)

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  3. Susan! what a fantastic pics!

    Thanks for hosting!

    by The way, You're invited to participate in my new party "Step by step on tuesday" (since 8/16) I hope you!

    xoxo

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  4. Oh what pretty lantana you have. I used to grow this in NM but haven't purchased any and am not sure it will grow in the colder Colorado climate.

    bee blessed
    mary

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  5. These flowers are gorgeous, I love the colors. great photos. xo,

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  6. Hi Susan...

    Ohhh...your Lantana really are gorgeous, my friend! I love the first photo of the pink and yellow Lantana...soooo very pretty! I know that Lantana really do like the heat. They grew "in the wild" in south Texas. After seeing yours...I am reminded of just how much I miss the Lantana that bloomed at my home down there! I'm not sure if they would grow here in Colorado or not.

    Thank you so much for sharing your beautiful flowers with us today and...thank you for hosting another week of Outdoor Wednesday!!! I'm just tickled pink that I could join in with the fun! I hope that my note finds you and your dear family all doing well, Susan!

    Warmest summery wishes,
    Chari @Happy To Design

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  7. Your Lantana is just gorgeous. It is one of my favorite annuals now as it grows well here with sun and rain (which we've had lots of!). Pamela

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  8. for some reason I can't get linked to your post Janet

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  9. Lantana reminds me of my grandmother. I have fond memories of playing with the seeds as a child. Yours is so healthy. You must have a nice sunny area.

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  10. I simply love those flowers! They must thrive in the heat!
    Cindy

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  11. The confetti lantana are beautiful! Thanks for being a gracious hostess!

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  12. Latana flowers are like mini rainbows! Just lovely!

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  13. I love the muti-colored Lantanas. Thanks for hosting the party.

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  14. Lantana does very well here in Arizona...
    Those are beautiful photos Susan!

    Rainey @ The Project table

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  15. Very nice choice to post this week. Lantana flowers are so colorful.
    Joyce M

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  16. Wow your lantana is looking awesome! I just love those beautiful colors!!

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  17. First time I've played in awhile!
    Thanks for hosting.

    blessings
    barbara jean

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  18. I never knew the name of the flowers.now I do ;) thanks for hosting every week..

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  19. Oh, I love lantana. Too cool for much of it up in Seattle. I used to see huge hedges of it in LA. The different colors of it fascinated me as a child in NY.

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  20. Wonderful flowers!
    Thank you for hosting!
    My best regards from Romania!

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  21. Susan,

    Your lantanas are stunning! What gorgeous blooms and so many of them :-) Thank you for hosting our lovely party.

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  22. Wonderful photos.. I'm joining you all for Outdoor Wednesday.. Thanks
    Sandy

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  23. GORGEOUS... I don't have any of these plants but the blooms are making me REALLY want some! Have a blessed day my friend, HUGS!

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  24. That Lantana is absolutely beautiful!!! I wish it would grow that well here in the North. Thanks for hosting!

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  25. I love seeing Lantana in bloom. All the pretty blossom colors together look so joyful.
    I linked up to a visit we made to Historic Kirtland in Ohio last summer.

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  26. These are beautiful .. love the multicolour !! xo HHL

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  27. Your lantanas are looking beautiful!

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  28. Lantana is gorgeous!
    I'm not familiar with lantana but it is stunning! Amazing colors.
    Cass

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  29. Lantana is a flower I've never heard of but it sure is a beauty. Thanks for sharing and educating me to some lovelies of natures I've never known.
    Also thanks for hosting this linky party each week!

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  30. Thanks for hosting. Come by and visit me at Ciao Newport Beach.

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  31. Your Lantana is gorgeous! It is only an annual here. Every year I think that I want to plant a few, but always seem to forget. Thanks for hosting, looking forward to visiting others.

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  32. Beautiful! Lantana is one of my fave flowers, wish we could grow it here in CT! Mine is up too, with Linky!

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  33. I planted some this summer. Every time I think they're doing well, along comes the Squirrel to dig them up. Do they reseed themselves. I have mine in pots but am thinking of planting some in the ground...
    You certainly have a green thumb. Everything you've shown is doing so well.
    Thanks for hosting.
    Mama Bear

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  34. Stunning selection of color...I do enjoy these flowers...though might have to remove mine since we are getting livestock and they are apparently toxic to them :(

    Blessings Kelsie

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  35. What a wonderful site and beautiful pictures! I'm a new blogger and am linking up for the first time. Hope I did it right ...Thanks for hosting.

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  36. love the flowers so cute .. thanks for sharing ..

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